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The 2016 Small-Cap Biotech Watchlist Debuts at the Biotech Showcase (01/27/2016)

This may prove a challenging year for small-cap biotechs, but the five analysts who selected companies for inclusion on The Life Sciences Report's 2016 Small-Cap Biotech Watchlist believe these companies have a good shot at producing innovative products in a variety of indications and producing value for investors. Discovery, it turns out, is not just about finding the cure for a particular disease; it's also about finding the companies best poised to reach that goal.

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The Academic Approach to Biotech Stocks: Alan Leong of BioWatch News (01/20/2016)

Combining academic discipline with methodical due diligence, Alan Leong of BioWatch News undertakes a regimented review of each biotech and medtech stock he investigates. In some cases he will follow a company's clinical development program and data for years before he pulls the trigger and recommends a name. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Leong presents a number of names for investors' consideration. Many won't be mentioned in his usual write-ups: It's an early look at what's on his watch list and in his inbox. Each company carries its own risks, but every stock has a special growth story that could propel huge gains if data fall into place.

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A Bucket of Canadian Stocks Set to Soar in 2016: Euro Pacific Canada's Doug Loe (01/13/2016)

The new year is off to a turbulent start, with indices across all markets, including biotech, sliding downward in the face of headwinds from China. Canadian healthcare stocks offer a windbreak for biotech investors, however, especially if they select a diversified basket across the various sectors. In this interview with The Life Sciences Report, Euro Pacific Canada's Doug Loe details a basket of Canadian companies that offer shelter from the storm.

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Major Medical Journal Publishes Data from BrainStorm Stem Cell Study (01/11/2016)

There is no cure for ALS, a debilitating and ultimately fatal neurological disease. But BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics Inc.'s NurOwn stem cell platform, currently in clinical trials, solicited responses in some patients, resulting in publication of a paper in the prestigious Journal of the American Medical Association, according to a company press release. BrainStorm made the credibility-building announcement on the opening day of major biotech conferences in San Francisco.

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Immunotherapy Inside the Cell: Three Companies on Their Way to the 'Holy Grail' of Cancer Treatment (01/06/2016)

Targeting diseases from inside the cell could be medicine's version of the dawn of the Internet. Or, as newsletter writer Chen Lin describes it, advances from companies like Sorrento Therapeutics Inc. to introduce autologous immunotherapy intracellularly "opens a whole dimension." Dorman Followwill of Frost & Sullivan suggests this new approach could shift the focus from "therapy" to "cure," with rewards for the companies leading the way. In this article, The Life Sciences Report explores the possibilities of these new technologies—and the prospects for companies like Sorrento, Inovio Pharmaceuticals Inc. and OncoSec Medical Inc.—with Lin, Followwill and Ram Selvaraju of Rodman and Renshaw.

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